Mistakes Made in Haste

I hear many of you confessing mistakes made in haste; they laid waste to other’s dreams

…your brother, your sister, your mother, your father, your aunt, your uncle, and many others who had hopes for a future that you deterred by numerous errors in various arrays

…………that ARE NOT OKAY!

You tell me these things before or in delay, thinking I won’t catch on to this game you play


So now you will help undo the wrongs that came through.

A perfect plan turned into a scam

Now it’s a family affair

With a broader view

… we will renew

But if you knew your wrongs created doo-doo for someone other than you,

then you must help undo the problems caused by you

A Broader View to undo Mistakes Made in Haste

I like to contemplate and toy with the diverse meaning of words to see if there are potentially alternate meanings to various passages or writings. When I think about the word, broad, the first thing that comes to mind is broad shoulders or a supposedly derogatory word for a woman.

But I like to think that a “broader” view would be a kinder, wiser, inclusive, peaceful view of the future. One that could enlighten many about how things should be done rather than one “history” has shown.

I have laid my truth out in broad daylight for all to see (2 Samuel 12:12)- The Kingdom Has Arrived Volume 1 and Volume 2. Some say I didn’t get my story exactly right, but it’s the truth in my state of mind and in the reality where I reside. Maybe I did get confused about a few things, but I sincerely attempted to be as honest and vulnerable as I could. Read chapter 4 about truth in my most recent book, A Step Back.

Disclosing your truth can be difficult but it is quite freeing. Can you do it?

Webster’s has several definitions for the word broad:

adjective, broad·er, broad·est.

of great breadth: The river was too broad to swim across. measured from side to side: The desk was three feet broad. of great extent; large: the broad expanse of ocean.


fully: He was broad awake.


the broad part of anything. Slang.

  1. Usually Offensive. a term used to refer to a woman.
  2. a promiscuous woman.

Often broads. Movies, Television. an incandescent or fluorescent lamp used as a general source of light in a studio. a gold coin of England and Scotland, issued by James I and Charles I and equal to 20 shillings.

James 5:16, NIV

Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.

2 Samuel 12:12, NIV

You did it in secret, but I will do this thing in broad daylight before all Israel.